This cookbook produced by J.W. Colton was possibly distributed at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition given it is entitled "Centennial Cook Book" and features an illustration of the medal awarded to J.W. Colton for fruit flavors at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition. Contains advertisements for J.W. Colton's Nervine Strengthening Bitters (a tonic claiming to "purify and enrich the blood"), Toilet Article ("for the complexion and skin"), extracts of vanilla and ginger, along with flavors of fruits and spices and "Perfume for the Handkerchief." The backside illustrates the "Laboratory and Home Depot of J. W. Colton."
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